NFA-Isabela supports Brigada Eskwela
NFA-Isabela Provincial Manager Leslie A. Martinez extended the agency’s support to the Department of Education’s Brigada Eskwela by acting immediately on the requests of for fogging from local schools in Santiago City, Isabela.
Martinez deployed Marcelo Bajet, Marion Gante and John Paul de Belen to administer fogging of classrooms and surroundings of the Sinsayon Elementary School, Batal Elementary School and Santiago North-Central-SPED Center campuses. The team also helped in cutting grasses around the school vicinity.
Brigada Eskwela was launched by DepEd in 2003. A model of genuine public and private partnership, it is done at the start of the school year where school officials, students, parents, local government units (LGUs), establishments and private individuals come together in the spirit of bayanihan to make the needed repairs, cleaning of rooms and surroundings.
Mr. Saturnino Batara, Principal I of Sinsayon Elementary School and Mr. Allen D. Manuel, Brigada Eskwela Coordinator of Santiago North Central School – SPED Center, expressed their gratitude to the volunteers for participating in this year’s Brigada Eskwela. “Napakaganda ng Brigada Eskuwela dahil tuloy-tuloy na sa pagpasok at pag-aaral ang mga estudyante mula palang sa unang araw ng pasukan,” said Batara. June 13 is the start of this year’s school year. (Ma. Luisa L. Luluquisen, Acting Info. Officer)
NFA Isabela employees (L-R) Gilda G. Bayaua - Provinicial Industry Services Officer; Nenita V. Cortez - Prov’l Standards Quality Assurance Officer; Virgilio Francia, Acting Quality Assurance Officer; Ma. Luisa L. Luluquisen, Acting Info.Officer with Saturnino R. Batara, Principal of Sinsayon Elementary School (extreme right) are all set for Brigada Eskwela activities
John Paul de Belen administers fogging in one of the classrooms